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This week in Neo4j - 24th February 2018

Discover what's new in the Neo4j community for the week of 24 February 2018, including a Reddit AMA on Russian Twitter Trolls, Machine Learning with Graph Databases, a Reddcoin Graph, and more.

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This week in Neo4j - 24th February 2018

  1. 1. This Week in Neo4j 24th February 2018
  2. 2. The week's graph database news in one handy slide deck!
  3. 3. Featured community member: Tom Zeppenfeldt Learn more about Tom
  4. 4. Reddit AMA: Russian Twitter Trolls Read the Reddit AMA My colleagues Will Lyon and David Allen participated in a Reddit AMA about the Russian Twitter Trolls with NBC’s Ben Popken. In the session they explain their favourite findings, interesting Russian-isms in the data, and their hopes that other platforms will open up their data to allow similar analysis there as well.
  5. 5. An introduction to machine learning on graph databases We’ve seen a lot of interest in graph based machine learning, so I was excited to come across a blog post written by David Mack in which he connects Neo4j with the Keras neural network library. Learn about graph based machine learning
  6. 6. University of Washington Knowledge Navigator Jennifer Zaino explains how The University of Washington built a Knowledge Navigator using Neo4j to help with the migration of their HR system to the cloud. Read more about The Knowledge Navigator
  7. 7. The Reddcoin Community Graph Johannes Unterstein has built a community graph out of the ReddCoin Twitter Tipbot usage. Reddcoin is a crypto currency that aims to enrich people’s social lives and make digital currency easy for the general public. Learn about The Reddcoin Community Graph
  8. 8. Paradise papers analysis with Neo4j Explore the Paradise Papers Tomaz Bratanic has written a post in which he shows how to analyse the Paradise Papers using Neo4j’s graph algorithms library. Tomaz shows how to use PageRank, weakly connected components, and more to explore the sub graph of officers with a Swiss address.
  9. 9. If you liked this check out the blog post